Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Two Browns sit out with concussions
BEREA, Ohio -- Browns starting wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi and tight end Benjamin Watson are not practicing because of concussions.
Both players were hurt in Cleveland's win on Sunday over Seattle. Coach Pat Shurmur said Massaquoi and Watson, who have a combined 38 receptions, both attended team meetings Tuesday and neither have yet been ruled out of this week's game in San Francisco.
Also, running back Peyton Hillis will practice after missing Sunday's game with a hamstring injury. Shurmur said Hillis is still the team's feature back.
Linebacker Scott Fujita is back "and full go" after sitting out last week's game with a concussion.
Shurmur said kicker Phil Dawson, who made two field goals beyond 50 yards last week despite a bruised thigh, and starting right guard Shawn Lauvao (knee) will be limited in practice.